Authors

Tolu Akinwole

Tolu Akinwole holds a master's degree from the University of Lagos. He is co-editor of the poetry anthology, Our Legacy of Madness. He considers himself a lifelong student of literature, and, because talk is cheap, he
writes.

Tolu Daniel

Tolu Daniel is a writer. His works have appeared both in print and
online. He is the Social Media Associate and Assistant Editor at
Afridiaspora. You can find him on twitter via @iamToluDaniel

Tolulope Ogunlesi

i was born on the 3rd of march 1982 in edinburgh, scotland. i came to nigeria in september 1983 and I've been here EVER SINCE. i attended st bernadettes private school, abeokuta, nigeria from 1984 to 1990. then i went to the international school, university of ibadan, ibadan, nigeria from 1991 to 1997. i'm a final year pharmacy student of university of ibadan, nigeria. my poetry has been published in The Guardian (Nigeria) and also on storymania.com. i hope to write bestsellers in fiction and non fiction, maybe win a Nobel, a Booker, a Caine (well, not exactly in that order).

Toni Kan Onwordi

Toni Kan Onwordi holds both a B.A. and M.A. English (Literature) degrees from the Universities of Jos and Lagos. His works have been published widely in the Art pages of prominent Nigerian newspapers and his poems have appeared in the anthology 25 New Nigerian Poets edited by Toyin Adewale. He has also had short stories published in anthologies like We-Men, Little Drops (1) and Diamond and Ashes. An award winning poet, essayist and short story writer, his awards have taken him to Scotland and Switzerland. Toni Kan is currently working on a novel, Secrets of the Untold.

Tony Marinho

Tony Marinho is a doctor, social commentator, writer and poet. He runs Educare Trust, a non-governmental organisation.

Tony Ogunlowo

Tony Ogunlowo is a London-based writer and author of fifteen books spanning poetry collections, plays, short-story collections, novels and novellas. As a prolific columnist his articles are syndicated throughout Nigeria and the rest of the world, published on blogs, print newspapers and magazines and websites. His short stories and flash fiction have been broadcast over the BBC and Smooth 98.1 FM #thetalesatnightime and his pidgin English poetry is studied as part of the Nigerian Open University English Literature course EN214.

Tony Tokunbo Fernandez

Tony Tokunbo Fernandez is a man of many parts. An experimentalist who fuses poetry, graphics, sounds, animation and music, he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English language and Literature from the University of Lagos. He later completed a program in Teaching English as a Foreign Language at the Frances King International Training Institute in South Kensington and went on to study Web design and Programming at the City University in the Heart of London. Currently working on a novel titled The Secrets in the Wind, he is also the Arts Online Producer of Africa Awakening, an African Arts production. He recently expanded his services to include editing documentaries and researching into home made movies. His long term dream is to get his work shown on TV Stations all over Africa and in the diaspora.

Tope Adeboboye

Tope Adeboboye writes for Nigeria's King of the Tabloids, Lagos-based The Sun newspapers. A former Senior Correspondent with Saturday Punch, Tope has won a couple of awards, including the prestigious Nigeria Media Merit Award's Features Writer of the Year (2000/2001) and the International Library of Poetry's Editor's Choice Award. He currently lives in the United States.

Tope Akeredolu

Akeredolu Tope Akinola is a Nigerian poet, language instructor and contributor at People’s Voice magazine - a community based quarterly magazine. His works have appeared on African writer, Indian periodical, for Harriet, ink sweat and tears, dwartz online, Antarctic journal and several literary outlets. He is back at his alma mater in pursuance of a degree in law. He lives and writes from Ikare Akoko- the land of the twin mountains.

Tope James-Ade

Tope James-Ade is an I.T. professional, blogger, and writer with a strong affinity for fiction. He is based in Lagos, Nigeria.